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     HERO Foundation was instituted in 1988. As there was a growing and continuing requirement to help the families of fallen soldiers, they approached a group of distinguished leaders of business and industry of the country and appealed for help.

        Among the well-respected businessmen who responded to the call were Don Jaime Zobel de Ayala, Henry Sy, Sr., Washington SyCip, Patricio Lim, and Raul Concepcion. The business group then established HERO Foundation, Inc.

        HERO stands for Help, Educate, and Rear Orphans. Since then, the foundation has been providing educational support to military orphans. The financial support helps keep orphans in school as it covers much needed requirements such as school supplies, transportation, meals and even a portion of their tuition fee.

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National Council for Solo Parents is an advocacy group for solo parents and their children that implements programs and activities by forging partnerships for empowerment and capacity building. The said advocacy group is pushing for the full implementation as well as passage of amendments to Republic Act (RA) 8972, otherwise known as the Solo Parents' Welfare Act of 2000. Their goal is to empower Solo Parents and their children through our Angat Solo Parents program. Solo parent families can contribute to nation-building with the proper support. The National Council for Solo Parents, Inc. is duly registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission of the Republic of the Philippines.

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     The establishment of the OFW Family Club is in furtherance of the Señeres Family tradition of selflessly providing assistance to OFWs and their families in the Philippines. As Founder, Ambassador Roy V. Señeres, has always reiterated, “The purpose of life is to empathize, to sympathize, and to help.”

Founded in 2001.

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